A dietary pattern that meets patients’ protein and other nutrient needs provides long-term success for kidney health.
Researchers assessed the effect of exercise on physical function and quality of life in patients with hip and knee osteoarthritis.
Dietary counseling may improve clinical outcomes for men with prostate cancer.
Participants completed an iPad-based oddball task while wearing an electroencephalography device prior to and after a 15-minute walk intervention.
A study was conducted to compare resistance training plus aerobic training with aerobic training alone in patients with CAD.
Practices need to look at all opportunities for preserving kidney function, according to the director of the Kidney Nutrition Institute.
In a study of patients who had ever been diagnosed with kidney cancer, those who reported exercise or physical activity in the past 30 days had reduced likelihood of reporting worse physical and mental health.
The VITAL randomized clinical trial tested vitamin D and marine omega-3 fatty acid supplements in the primary prevention of cancer and cardiovascular disease.
Researchers sought to determine whether initiating exercise during chemotherapy was superior to initiation after chemotherapy.
A study was conducted to determine the relationship between smartphone-recorded daily steps and changes in risk for cardiovascular disease.
Gregory M Marcus, MD, MAS, and Jeffrey J. Hsu, MD, PhD, discuss the effect of caffeine and energy supplements on risk for cardiovascular events.
Panel recommends counseling all women aged 40 to 60 years on healthy eating and physical activity to maintain weight or prevent weight gain.
Researchers sought to determine if the CV effect of intensive lifestyle intervention varies depending on if patient’s can maintain weight loss after the initial intervention.
Sugar-sweetened beverages are a frequently consumed ultra-processed food group.
Nutritional therapy is an essential part of CKD management.
A team of investigators evaluated the success of a time-restricted eating intervention among individuals at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
A prospective cohort study was conducted to determine the relationship between multiple modifiable lifestyle factors and risk for peripheral artery disease.
A population-based, cross-sectional study was conducted to evaluate the effect of lifestyle on the risk for hypertension in patients with diabetes.
Researchers delineate strategies to prevent weight gain and body composition changes among women during perimenopause and menopause.
Authors describe efficacy data on the low-FODMAP-diet and CBT for IBS and factors to consider when personalizing treatment.